The ability to recover quickly from difficulties is a growing problem.
When something bad happens, we often start questioning ourselves and our ability to deal with it.
The odd thing about being more resilient is that it doesn’t just come to us when we need it – it’s all that preparation when we don’t.
1. Developing a strong network of friends.
2. Becoming more positive in how you feel about yourself.
3. Knowing your sense of purpose in life.
4. Learning to embrace change.
5. Remaining optimistic.
6. Liking yourself.
Resilience is the ability to spring back after adversity hits and preparation begins before the difficulties arise.
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